As we wind down our comprehensive 2012 IPCPR Trade Show coverage, we will continue to highlight some new cigars that are being released. In this preview, we a line extension to the Avo Heritage.


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Avo Cigars has announced a line extension to its core Avo Heritage line.  This one is a 6 x 60 cigar dubbed the “Special Toro”.  The initial launch of the cigar occurred at the 2012 IPCPR trade show.

The Avo Hertiage Special Toro is significant because this is the first Avo to have a vitola in the popular 6 x 60 format.  The Avo Heritage was launched two years ago and it was intended to be a fuller core line offering in the Avo Cigars portfolio.

The cigar is intended to be a limited production line extension and will be made available to select Avo retailers.

2012 has proven to be a very busy year for the Avo Cigars brand within Davidoff.  Earlier this year, the latest addition to the Avo Limited Edition Series – the Avo Limited Edition 2012 La Trompeta was released.  Also at the IPCPR Trade Show, the announcement and launch of the Avo 25th occurred.

Here are the particulars on the Avo Hertiage Special Toro

Blend Profile

Like the other cigars in the Avo Heritage Series, the Avo Heritage Special Toro uses the same Ecuadorian Cuban Seed wrapper that was found on the Avo Limited Edition 2009 Compañero.

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Cuban Seed
Binder: Dominican San Vicente
Filler: Dominican (Ligero and Seco), Peruvian (Seco)

Vitolas Available

For completeness we include all of the offerings in the Avo Heritage line:

Special Toro: 6 x 60
Toro: 5 x 60
Robusto: 4.9 x 50
Short Torpedo 4 1/2 x 52
Short Robusto: 4 x 56